1. seeing

adjective. ['ˈsiːɪŋ'] having vision, not blind.


  • equal


  • -ing (English)
  • -ing (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • see (English)
  • sedes (Latin)

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Rhymes with Seeing

  • guaranteeing
  • disagreeing
  • wellbeing
  • agreeing
  • skiing
  • freeing
  • fleeing
  • teeing
  • kneeing
  • keying
  • geeing
  • being

How do you pronounce seeing?

Pronounce seeing as siɪŋ.

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Sentences with seeing

1. Verb, gerund or present participle
If you fish, the opportunity cost of doing so is seeing the film.

2. Noun, singular or mass
You might also experience difficulty speaking or understanding, trouble seeing, dizziness, or a sudden severe headache.

Quotes about seeing

1. Success makes so many people hate you. I wish it wasn't that way. It would be wonderful to enjoy success without seeing envy in the eyes of those around you.
- Marilyn Monroe

2. Part of being a man is learning to take responsibility for your successes and for your failures. You can't go blaming others or being jealous. Seeing somebody else's success as your failure is a cancerous way to live.
- Kevin Bacon

3. It's true that General Musharraf opposes my return, seeing me as a symbol of democracy in the country. He is comfortable with dictatorship. I hope better sense prevails.
- Benazir Bhutto

2. seeing

noun. ['ˈsiːɪŋ'] perception by means of the eyes.


  • beholding
  • perception
  • fusion
  • face recognition
  • visual perception
  • optical fusion
  • visual space
  • object recognition


  • near-blind
  • colour-blind
  • unseeing
  • blindfolded


  • -ing (English)
  • -ing (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • see (English)
  • sedes (Latin)

3. seeing

noun. ['ˈsiːɪŋ'] normal use of the faculty of vision.


  • vision
  • eyesight
  • visual sense
  • sightedness
  • visual modality


  • figure
  • separation
  • uncreativeness
  • stone-blind


  • -ing (English)
  • -ing (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • see (English)
  • sedes (Latin)